A Spalding pensioner has put up a £200 reward for the safe return of her missing two-year-old cat, Katy.
The rescue cat, who is microchipped and neutered, was last seen on Thursday, September 8 at the bottom of the St John’s School playing fields, in Hawthorn Bank.
Her owner, who asked not to be named, said: “I absolutely love her.
“I got her from Stamford Cats Protection and she’s gorgeous. She has a white bib, belly and socks at the front, and she has a big bushy tail that’s dark, just like a fox.”
Katy is the lady’s only companion and she’s desperate to have her back.
“She’s a clever little cat,” said the owner. “I can’t think that she’s gone and got herself killed but they told me at Cats Protection that cats do go off, even females, to recce sometimes.”
But this is the longest Katy has ever been away and the owner is appealing to Spalding Guardian readers to help reunite her with her missing pet.
• Anyone who knows where Katy is can call 01775 724440.